E-Newsletter July 2015
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E-Newsletter July 2015

As we head into summer, we reflect on the travels and travails that have both shaken and inspired us this spring. We've seen how the human spirit is put to the test in heartbreaking catastrophes like the earthquake that shook Nepal in April. Amazingly, the Nepali people remain resilient and welcoming even in the face of devastation. And thanks to the generosity of travelers like you, we've been able to provide them with the most basic needs. The same determination we saw in Nepal can be seen in our Foundation initiatives across the world, from the hard-working women at a craft cooperative in India to the associates who take on the Boston Marathon in the name of charity. We think you'll enjoy reading this month's stories and what we can achieve together when we say, "Yes, we can make a difference!"

Traveling for Change

Featured Village Update

An Organization of a Different Stripe
Discover how Grand Circle Foundation is helping villagers and tigers alike by funding the Dhonk Women's Cooperative in Ranthambore, India.
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Foundation News

What's New?
Get the latest on our relief efforts in Nepal, following the devastating earthquake on April 25.
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Recognizing Gutsy Leaders

Filmmaking Outside the Box
Meet David Conover, filmmaker and clean energy and water advocate. Poised to become a third generation member of his family's oil business, Conover decided to change the course of his life--and legacy. "I knew it was not the way to go," he says. "I just really had the feeling that I was obligated to be a part of something different."
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Boston Service

Boston Associates Run for Charity & Share Mother's Day with Seniors

Boston associates support the Boston Marathon and bring joy to seniors for Mother's Day.
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Worldwide Service

More Than a Drop in the Bucket

Regional associates support clean water initiatives in Laos and around the world.
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Generous Travelers

A Little Bit Goes a Long Way

12-time traveler Barbara Adams is inspired to support a community-supported microfarm in Costa Rica.
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